4 Shocking Things Vince McMahon Could Be Planning After Charlotte Vs. Ronda Rousey
In what was one of the most thrilling encounters at Survivor Series, WWE have brought some serious legitimacy in the ongoing rivalry between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte.
Considering that the match between Charlotte and Ronda Rousey ended in such splendid style, there's a sure possibility that a rematch seems imminent, anytime soon.
With Vince McMahon certainly pushing the women's division to the level it deserves, Charlotte's heel turn has signified that something incredible is about to happen.
After Becky Lynch gravitated so much adulation and appreciation from the world with her heel turn, Charlotte's addition in the frame could possibly become more threatening to the Raw Women's Champion.
Since WWE have presented Ronda Rousey as the sympathetic babyface in this feud, this intense rivalry might just coerce them to think otherwise and think the impossible.
So, without further ado, let's dive deep and analyze the 4 biggest things Vince McMahon could be planning after Charlotte Vs. Ronda Rousey.
#1 Letting Paul Heyman write the promos and the narrative for the feud
Since WWE is actually trying to push this women's feud into something very big for the future, there's a sure possibility that the company would insert Paul Heyman into this, one way or the other.
Considering the fact that the Humble Advocate has played a significant role in pushing the Rowdy One to the next level in the WWE by scripting her promos on Monday Night Raw.
With Heyman working pretty closely with the Raw Women's Champion, his brilliant ideas could coerce the WWE Universe to gravitate their attention towards a war.
There's no denying that Paul Heyman possesses all the credentials in the world to bring his inventive ideas to the table, in order to tell a riveting tale.
Not only did Charlotte turn heel, but she also embarrassed Ronda Rousey in the most humiliating way possible, and with all the three women now involved in this feud, this one could become a war under the experiential supervision of Paul Heyman.